Areas of scattered snow will continue in the wake of a cold front, mostly across northern, northwest and southeast Wyoming.  Expect any lingering scattered snow to end by late morning and early afternoon, while skies turn partly to mostly cloudy.  Temperatures will be cool and becoming mild into the end half of the week.  Winds will remain strong today, especially across the state's wind-prone areas in the northwest, central and southeast regions.  Gusting will near the 35 to 55 range as this front moves out.

Not a bad forecasting coming up for Thursday and Friday, as drier and warmer weather arrives just in time for Thanksgiving Day.